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Jul 9, 2013 4:30am EDT
polarization dangerous, but the u.s. has yet to call the uprising against morsi a coup. the obama administration says the aid is in the best interests of u.s. security. >>> today some of the testimony in the george zimmerman trial could center around the toxicology report on trayvon martin. yesterday the judge allowed that report to be entered as evidence. it says a small amount of marijuana was in martin's system at the time of his death. prosecutors said the information is prejudicial, but zimmerman's attorneys say it is relevant. zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder, claiming self-defense. and george zimmerman has sued nbc universal, the parent company of this station, for defamati defamation. the company has strongly denied the allegations. >>> by the end of the day, police could reveal more evidence against former new england patriots player aaron hernandez. a judge ruled yesterday that the public should know exactly what investigators seized from hernandez's home. he and two others have been charged in the death of semipro football player oden lloyd. mean
Jul 9, 2013 5:00am EDT
an internet freedom advocate and two former bush administration lawyers. president obama has tasked the board with leading a national conversation about the secret spying programs. >>> one of the countries that has offered asylum to the leaker of those spy programs wants a decision from the former intelligence contractor. venezuelan president nicholas maduro asked edward snowden to decide if he wants to seek refuge in his country, and if he does, to communicate when he will arrive. snowden has been holed up in a moscow airport for about two weeks now, but his asylum requests have also been accepted by bolivia and nicaragua. >>> the man who could be the next head of the fbi could face some tough questions today. jim comey is due on capitol hill right in the middle of a government surveillance controversy. comey who was deputy attorney general under president george w. bush has a reputation for combatting the white house on surveillance programs. if approved, he would succeed robert mueller as director of the bureau. >>> today former south african president nelson mandela begins his second mont
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